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Figure 6-18 Manóme trie record from a patient with diffuse esophageal spasm showing repetitive, simultaneous contractions in the body of the esophagus over a length of 10 cm. (From Waters, P.F., and DeMeester, T.R.: Foregut motor disorders and their surgical management. Med. Clin. North Am., 65:1248, 1981, with permission.)

Figure 6-18 Manóme trie record from a patient with diffuse esophageal spasm showing repetitive, simultaneous contractions in the body of the esophagus over a length of 10 cm. (From Waters, P.F., and DeMeester, T.R.: Foregut motor disorders and their surgical management. Med. Clin. North Am., 65:1248, 1981, with permission.)

Figure 6-19 Manome trie record from a patient with achalasia. A, failure of the distal esophageal sphincter (DES) to relax on swallows (S). B, aperistalsis in the body of the esophagus. Swallows are followed only by tertiary contractions. (From Waters, P.F., and DeMeester, T.R.: Foregut motor disorders and their surgical management. Med. Clin. North Am., 65:1245, 1981, with permission.)

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